Pittsburgh neighborhood to purchase parking kiosks

Dec. 6, 2017

The council for the bureau of Carnegie, a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, neighborhood, approved up to $40,000 to buy parking kiosks for East Main Street, from Elk Avenue to Sansbury Street, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Officials claim the kiosks will help solidify the business district and enhance the community.

The kiosks will be purchased from Cale America, a cooperative purchasing program vendor.

Steve Beuter, bureau manager, said the bureau will purchase five or six kiosks, depending on the price.


Topics: Bill Payment Kiosks


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